James Price Point Blockade: Day 16 Wrap-Up

22 06 2011

Another solid and successful day at the blockade.

It seems that perhaps Colin Barnett is getting a little impatient with the protesters, telling that they should “move on” now that they have made their point.  Perhaps Mr Barnett has underestimated the resolve of the protesters.  Read the ABC News story here.

After their investigations, Department of Indigenous Affairs officers today suggested that Woodside’s work to date at Walmadan (James Price Point) may be in breach of Section 16 of the Aboriginal Heritage Act.  Read the media release on Hands Off Country.

WA Senator Scott Ludlum made a great speech in the Senate today, praising the protesters on Manari Road.  Read the transcript on The Greens website.

Great going.  Every day we are a step closer to making history!

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23 06 2011
C. Light

I am following and supporting you each day from the East Coast. Respect to each one of you and thank you so much for being the only ones making sense on this issue.

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